More COVID-19 & Global Health News

AP: Aid group warns that 700,000 children in Syria risk hunger (Mroue, 9/29).

AP: Child poverty likely to increase in E.U. amid virus pandemic (Petrequin, 9/29).

Devex: More new IDPs in first half of 2020 than all of 2019 (Root, 9/29).

Devex: Markets play a role in food waste and loss reduction, World Bank report says (Welsh, 9/29).

NPR: Some Nations Experience Relatively Little Loss Of Life In The Pandemic (Kuhn et al., 9/29).

Reuters: Children have 44% lower odds of catching COVID-19 than adults — U.K. analysis (Faulconbridge, 9/28).

U.N. News: Nobel laureate Nadia Murad denounces lack of will to end sexual violence as a war tactic (9/28).

U.N. News: COVID-19: ‘Legitimate concerns’ must be heard, and fears addressed over misinformation (9/29).

Washington Post: Ambassadors appeal for acceptance of LGBT people in Poland (Gera, 9/28).

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